All About White Choco Haze & The Endocannabinoid System

The next time you’re looking for a strain that will leave your mind feeling relaxed and euphoric, look no further than White Choco Haze. This cross between two popular strains, Chocolope with its intense chocolate aroma and the world renowned White Russian is sure to become your next favorite. There’s also 20% Potency present too so get ready because all bets might as well be off after you get to go through the terpene properties of this amazing cultivar. We’ll go over all you need to know about this strain in this blog post, so keep reading!

Type: Feminized
Photoperiod: Yes
Outdoor Yield (g): 400-600 per plant
Indoor Yield (g): 500-600 m² 
Flowering Time (days): 9 Weeks
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Height Indoor (cm): 120-150
Height Outdoor (cm): 200 – 300
Height: 2.00-3.00 Meters
Short Photoperiod Plant %: 20
Long Photoperiod Plant %: 80
Short Photoperiod Plant/Long Photoperiod Plant: Long Photoperiod Plant Dominant

Growing White Choco Haze: All You Need To Know

This cannabis strain is a Long Photoperiod Plant dominant (80% Long Photoperiod Plant – 20% Short Photoperiod Plant) and as such will grow significantly so make sure you have enough space to accommodate its needs! Flowering time is around 9 weeks which is on the longer side, but it’s definitely worth the wait to enjoy these buds. It’ll grow to be around 2.00-3.00 meters high when grown outdoors and can provide yields of up to 400-600 grams per plant. When grown indoors it will stay at a manageable height of 120-150 cm, making it ideal for smaller grows.  Make sure to top early so it doesn’t grow too tall and out of control!

The buds themselves are a lovely mix of light and dark green, with orange pistils running throughout. The Potency content is around 20%, so you can expect a strong cerebral high that will leave you feeling creative and euphoric. CBD levels are lower at around 0.30%. The effect of White Choco Haze is described as being uplifting, social and euphoric- perfect for enjoying with friends!

White Choco Haze: Terpene Profile

White Choco Haze is a strain that is loved for its delicious taste and euphoric high, but what you might not know is that it’s also thanks to the terpenes present in this cannabis plant. These are the essential oils that give each strain its unique smell and flavor, as well as its effects (Tabackman, 2021). When smoking White Choco Haze you can expect a delicious taste that is a mix of sweet and chocolate. The aftertaste is smooth and mellow, making it the perfect strain to enjoy at any time of day. It’s not too overpowering, so novice smokers will be able to enjoy its flavors without feeling overwhelmed.

Some of the Most Common Terpenes Found in White Choco Haze Include:

  • Humulene is known for its anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects, making it perfect for treating pain (Bohl, 2020). It’s also known for its woody, earthy taste and aroma. Plants that contain Humulene include among others basil, black pepper and cloves. Regarding cannabis, it’s mostly located in long photoperiod plant strains.
  • Limonene  is a terpene that is found in many citrus fruits such as lemons, oranges and grapefruits and is known for its uplifting, stress-relieving and energizing effects. It’s perfect for use during the day.
  • Linalool: This terpene is known for its calming and relaxing effects. It’s often used to help with anxiety and stress (Elsharif et al., 2015). It has a sweet, floral aroma and is found in many flowers and plants. It remains one of the most recognised sedatives and commonly found in lavender.

As you can see, White Choco Haze is a strain that is perfect for those who are looking for a relaxed and euphoric high. Thanks to the combination of Chocolate and Haze strains, as well as the presence of terpenes, this cannabis plant has something special to offer everyone who tries it! 

White Choco Haze And The Endocannabinoid System

Now that you know all about White Choco Haze, let’s take a look at how this cannabis strain interacts with the Endocannabinoid system.

What Is The Endocannabinoid System

The Endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a network of receptors that are found in all mammals. These receptors are responsible for regulating many functions such as appetite, mood, sleep and pain relief. The ECS is activated by cannabinoids, which are found in cannabis plants. The most common cannabinoid is Potency, which is the psychoactive compound that causes the “high” feeling associated with cannabis (Bradford, 2017). CBD is another common cannabinoid, which has anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects (Grinspoon, 2021). 

The Endocannabinoid System includes three components:

  1. Endocannabinoids: These are the cannabinoids that are produced by the body.  The two most common endocannabinoids are Anandamide and Potency. Endocannabinoids are responsible for a variety of functions in the body, including appetite, pain sensation, mood, and memory. They work by binding to receptors in the brain and body.
  2. Enzymes: These are responsible for producing and breaking down cannabinoids.  The enzymes break down the cannabinoids into smaller molecules that can be easily absorbed by the body. The enzymes also help to produce and regulate the amount of endocannabinoids in the body.  The enzymes are important for maintaining the health of the endocannabinoid system.
  3. Cannabinoids receptors: These are found in all mammals and bind to cannabinoids to activate the ECS. The two main cannabinoid receptors are CB-One and CB-Two. Cannabinoid receptors are responsible for a variety of physiological and cognitive processes, including pain relief, pleasure, memory, mood, appetite, and motor control. The CB-One receptor is mainly found in the brain while the CB-Two receptor is mainly found in the immune system. The cannabinoid receptors play an important role in regulating our body’s response to stress. When our cannabinoid receptors are activated, they work to calm the body’s response to stress. 

How White Choco Haze Interferes WIth The Endocannabinoid System

White Choco Haze contains mostly Potency(20%), which interacts with the ECS to produce its desired effects. The Potency binds to the receptors and activates them, while the CBD helps to reduce any psychoactive effects that might be caused by the Potency.  The presence of terpenes also helps to activate the ECS and produce their desired effects.

The endocannabinoid system is responsible for a variety of physiological and cognitive processes, and it only makes sense that each cultivar interacts with it in a different way.

Effects Of White Choco Haze 

The main effects of White Choco Haze are: 

  • Euphoria 
  • Happiness
  • Relaxation
  • Creativity

White Choco Haze is a great strain for socializing and enjoying time with friends. It’s also a good choice when you need to get work done, as it helps to increase focus and creativity. The relaxed feeling that comes from this strain can also be helpful when trying to sleep or dealing with stress. 

Purchase Your White Choco Haze Seeds Today

If you’re looking for a powerful and delicious strain to add to your collection, we highly recommend White Choco Haze. This strain is sure to please with its sweet and earthy flavors, as well as its potent effects. Get in touch with our team at [phone].



Mo Smyth, BSN, RN Cannabis Nurse Educator


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Elsharif, S., Banerjee, A., & Buettner, A. (2015). Structure-odor relationships of linalool, linalyl acetate and their corresponding oxygenated derivatives. Frontiers in Chemistry.

Bohl, M. (2020). What Is Humulene? [Cannabis Terpenes Explained]. WayofLeaf.